Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. A Wake County school board committee will discuss May 11, 2016 the design for Apex High’s renovations and could recommend including the school in the next building program.
Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. A Wake County school board committee will discuss May 11, 2016 the design for Apex High’s renovations and could recommend including the school in the next building program. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. A Wake County school board committee will discuss May 11, 2016 the design for Apex High’s renovations and could recommend including the school in the next building program. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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May 11, 2016 06:00 AM

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